When these two teams go to the groundskeeper and report their totals, they get a new clue, which turns out to be a Detour. Choice between two tasks! Pros and cons! Stay away from vehicle assembly if you don't know what a spark plug is! Here, the choice is between Big Fish and Little Fish, which makes it sound to me like it's going to be some kind of whale-on-carp smackdown, but apparently, fish-related violence isn't as cool to other people as it is to me. Anyway, in Big Fish, you go on foot to a street vendor, and each of you carries a 32-pound swordfish one third of a mile to a market, where you find a fish vendor, to whom you give your fish in exchange for your clue. In Little Fish, you go right to the market, you take over a stall, and you sell four kilograms of fish.
Eric and Jeremy and BJ and Tyler both select Big Fish. Surprisingly, at least on the air, neither Eric nor Jeremy makes any tasteless girl/fish jokes, which you know are out there, and which you know they wanted to mention. The show probably left that stuff out on the assumption that while devotion to a show is a good thing, devotion to it to the point where you, as a viewer, can sort of imagine what it would be like to hit a particular individual in the head with, say, a day-old peasant bread is probably not. Tyler comments that it's hard to sell fish in the morning, which is bullshit, because you exactly buy fish in the morning, nitwit, unless you're curious about what they taste like after they turn really ripe. They all run for the swordfish.
Barry is still bitching about the traffic. "I can't believe we did this!" he complains to Fran. "We're just totally screwed. This is a disaster." He is currently acting like he's even less fun than she is, and she is not very much fun. He declares the current leg a "total disaster," and this is the first time you can easily notice that Barry has a ponytail. A ponytail. The ever-loving fuck? He has a ponytail and he doesn't know where the engine is on a motorcycle? Fraud! Oh, and he leans on the horn, because he's a little too young and spry to leave his turn signal on.